Dr. Ayşegül Gündüz was part of a research team featured in Scientific American for reconstructing a Pink Floyd song from direct neural recordings of participants.
Multicenter data sharing has enabled recent advances in understanding the genetics and pathophysiology of the neurodevelopmental disorder.
33 faculty members from across the academic health center were honored at the 2022 Celebrating Distinction ceremony
Human trial of closed-loop DBS in four participants with difficult-to-treat Tourette syndrome finds treatment to be safe, beneficial.
Dr. Aysegul Gunduz named to inaugural class of Gator Nation Leadership Award winners.
Dr. Aysegul Gunduz was named the inaugural Fixel Brain Mapping Professor.
New research by UF neuroscientists shows that brain activity associated with reward processing takes place in two parts of the basil ganglia.
In a recent study, a team of UF neuroscientists and biomedical engineers compared beta dynamics in two Parkinson's disease deep brain stimulation (DBS) targets.
Throughout the 2019 edition of CrossLink, Dr. Aysegul Gunduz is acknowledged for breaking barriers, defining leadership and fostering a culture of inclusion.
Dr. Aysegul Gunduz among four UF investigators to receive the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.